Oh, wow, I'm loving
that first one! That is one heck of a handy little horse. Too bad that most average riders would't be able to ride him without falling off
. He's too well trained and too sensitive for someone who's not an advanced rider with experience riding horses like that.
I'd love to have that little booger in my barn though, I adore horses who will just jog right off leaning into the rope like that.
The second was good, but too many "tricks" for my taste.
I'm not even sure how the MM works. Is like like the makeovers where the horses are sold or adopted out after the competition or do they actually belong to the trainers and go home with them?